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Apprenticeship Support Australia was formed in 2014 to deliver the Australian Governments “Australian Apprenticeship Support Network” under a contract from the Department of Education and Training.
Apprenticeship Support Australia combines the 60 years of collective experience of Business Australia in NSW, the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Victoria and the
To discover or restart your career you may need to ask yourself some big questions. What do you want to do? What are you good at? What do you need to learn?
myfuture provides resources to explore career pathways and tools to develop self-knowledge to help with career decision-making.
Use tools to discover your interests, values, skills and see how they relate to career and study options.
The Your Career website is a platform of the National Careers Institute. It is designed to provide clear and simple careers information and to help people of all ages and circumstances better plan and manage their career.
The National Apprentice Employment Network (NAEN) is Australia’s largest employer network of apprentices and trainees.
Across metropolitan, rural, regional and remote Australia, the network employs some 25,000 apprentices and trainees in a diverse range of industries.
Our mission is to positively impact the lives of individuals and communities and we’ve built a track record of exemplary customer service over 40 years, built around an ethical approach. You'll find the team in over 65 locations across New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.
MEGT is an Australian not-for-profit business which was established in 1982, and helped been supporting employers, apprentices, trainees, job seekers and students ever since.
The Australian Retailers Association (ARA) is the oldest, largest and most diverse national retail body, representing a $400 billion sector that employs 1.3 million Australians and is the largest private sector employer in the country.
SkillsIQ Ltd is a not-for-profit, independent Skills Service Organisation supporting a range of Industry Reference Committees (IRCs) to undertake training product development that ensures skills meet future industry needs.
Our vision is for Australia’s human services sector to be equipped with a skilled, diverse and adaptable workforce meeting its needs now and into the future.
The HSSO is uniquely positioned to collaborate with employers, training organisations and government to strengthen the workforce that cares for the nation’s most vulnerable.
We are an Australian not-for-profit organisation helping young Australians build a career in bricklaying.
The Master Builders Association of NSW (Master Builders) is the leading building and construction industry association across the state. A not for profit organisation, it is chartered with representing and furthering the interests of the building and construction industry.
Here at Builders Academy Australia we live and breathe building and construction. We intimately understand the industry and have strong relationships within the building and construction community and the education sector.
Australia’s minerals industry is proud of its world-leading approach to sustainability. This includes the rehabilitation of mining land to make it available for other uses after mining ends. Australian mining conservation partnerships also help local wildlife flourish by helping to preserve and protect Australia’s unique native species.
Australia Apprentice and Trainee Program Always dreamed of a career in mining but not sure where to start? Or maybe you fancy a change of scenery with a new skill set but worried about moving careers later in life?
BHP FutureFit Academy has been designed to help, offering a purpose-built learning centre, with locations in both Perth and Mackay, designed to set you up for
The MCA is the leading advocate for Australia’s minerals industry, promoting and enhancing sustainability, profitability and competitiveness.
The MCA represents a world-leading minerals sector that is dynamic, diverse, sustainable and valued by all Australians.